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RoomAlive, project mapping and augmented reality using a kinect

I realy love this MSFT project:

The RoomAlive Toolkit enables developers to network one or more Kinect sensors to one or more projectors and, by so doing, to project interactive experiences across the surfaces of an entire room. The toolkit provides everything needed to do interactive projection mapping, which enables an entirely new level of engagement, in which interactive content can come to virtual life on the walls, the floor, and the furniture. Imagine turning a living room into a holodeck or a factory floor—the RoomAlive toolkit makes such scenarios possible.

Watch this video. Now if only MSFT (or someone else) would release this for the OSX...

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Splashbox Kinect Make up kit

Splash Box from David Sweeney on Vimeo.

The Fashion Digital Studio used Microsoft’s Kinect to create a virtual make up kit for celebrated make up artist Alex Box. The gesture based real time painting application is used as the finale to her MAC Masterclasses in London, NY, LA and Miami. Applying colour with a sweep of the hand to a 3D scan of the models face.

Kreek - Kinect Controlled Interface

25/05/2012 - Kreek

Kreek is a Kinect controlled interface which extends a normally two-dimensional multi-touch environment by the perception of depth. This allows the user to literally reach into the interface and gives applications the possibility to interprete parameters like pressure or solid distance.

See the amazing video

Working on becoming a VJ/DJ using the kinect

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Working on scratching and drumming in mid air with the kinect as my turntable on my Mac with ableton live. More to follow

Motion, light & sound / Kinect & Madlight

Motion, light & sound / Kinect & Madlight from things happen on Vimeo.

Motion, light & sound / Kinect & Madlight

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